Thunderbird PowerStack Technology

Why is the PowerStack such an advancement?

The PowerStack is the ultimate complimentary technology for conventional lift turbines. Thanks to Richard Sutz’s inventions which form the basis of its two patents pending, Thunderbird the PowerStack has an utterly revolutionary design which is set to disrupt the global energy market. Thunderbird will focus its efforts to produce and refine the PowerStack, which is projected to increase revenue by a minimum of 500% and a maximum of over 1000% compared to that of conventional turbines. This efficiency will provide its licensed sellers with a huge competitive advantage in the global wind energy market, which is rapidly expanding due to the rising demand for alternative power sources.


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Key Differences

Conventional lift turbines require state-of-the-art materials, such as composite materials which of course complicate their design and add exponential cost to manufacture. Furthermore, each turbine blade is often a logistical adventure to ship and erect adding a massive amount of initial expenditure to a project on top of the basic product cost. It is not uncommon to hear of bridges being built to transport them as well as helicopters being leased to be able to install and service them.

These turbines have as many as 9,000+ parts in their rear housings (nacelles) most of which are dedicated to moving the turbine blades out of high winds because they are prone to disintegrate if the wind is too strong. The end result is a need for expensive highly specialized and trained installation and maintenance workers for installation, ongoing maintenance of regular parts replacement. Industry warranties are typically only 5 years, and the projected life span is only 10 years, which is the current industry standard for conventional lift turbine. A typical wind project ROI (North America) is 7 to 10 years and to make things worse and average of 30% of a conventional lift turbines revenue needs to be allocated to ongoing maintenance costs .